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[texts]The Müller-Walle method of lip-reading for the deaf (Bruhn lip-reading system) - Bruhn, Martha Emma, 1872-
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Lipreading
Downloads: 176
[texts]The Müller-Walle method of lip-reading for the deaf (Bruhn lip-reading system) - Bruhn, Martha Emma, 1872-

Keywords: Lipreading
Downloads: 420
[texts]The reading of speech from the lips - Parsons, Mary Hepburn
Held by Gallaudet University Library Deaf Collections and Archives, Washington, D.C. (catalog link:
Keywords: Lipreading; Lipreading
Downloads: 82
[texts]Philocophus, or, the deafe and dumbe mans friend : exhibiting the philosophicall verity of that subtile art, which may inable one with an observant eie, to heare what any man speaks by the moving of his lips ... apparently proving, that a man borne deafe and dumbe, may be taught to heare the sound of words with his eie, & thence learne to speake with his tongue - J. B.(John Bulwer),fl. 1648-1654
Held by Gallaudet University Library Deaf Collections and Archives, Washington, D.C. (catalog link:
Keywords: Lipreading; Speech
Downloads: 161
[texts]Lessons in lip-reading for self-instruction - Nitchie, Edward Bartlett, 1876-1917
Includes index
Keywords: Deaf; Lipreading
Downloads: 2,230
[texts]Exercises in lip reading for the adult deaf as taught in Germany by Julius Müller-Walle, originator of the Müller-Walle method - Bruhn, Martha Emma, 1872-

Keywords: Deaf; Lipreading; Hearing Impaired Persons; Lipreading
Downloads: 134
[texts]Address upon the condition of articulation teaching in American schools for the deaf - Bell, Alexander Graham,1847-1922
Held by Gallaudet University Library Deaf Collections and Archives, Washington, D.C. (catalog link:
Keywords: Teaching methods; Speech; Lipreading; Oral method
Downloads: 64
[texts]Incremental Difference as Feature for Lipreading
This paper represents a method of computing incremental difference  features on the basis of scan line projection and scan converting lines for the lipreading problem on a set of isolated word utterances. These features are affine invariants and found to be effective in identification of similarity between utterances by the speaker in spatial domain.
Keywords: Incremental Difference Feature; Euclidean distance; Lipreading
Downloads: 43
[texts]Report of the proceedings of the International Congress on the Education of the Deaf [microform] : held at Milan, September 6th-11th, 1880 - International Congress on Education of the Deaf(2nd :1880 :Milan, Italy)
Held by Gallaudet University Library Deaf Collections and Archives, Washington, D.C. (catalog link:
Keywords: Deafness; Special education; Oralism vs. manualism debate; Oral method; Lipreading
Downloads: 235
[texts]Speech and lip-reading for the deaf. : a teacher's testimony to the "German" system, a paper written for the International Congress at Milan, September, 1880, - Buxton, David,1821-1897
Held by Gallaudet University Library Deaf Collections and Archives, Washington, D.C. (catalog link:
Keywords: Educational methods; Oralism vs. manualism debate; Oral method; Speech instruction; Lipreading
Downloads: 65
[texts]Manual of articulation teaching : part 1 - Greene, D

Keywords: Deaf children -- Education; Language arts; Lipreading -- Study and teaching; Speech therapy
Downloads: 481
[texts]ERIC ED227645: Effects of a Wearable, Tactile Aid on Language Comprehension of Prelingual Profoundly Deaf Children. - ERIC
Factors influencing the use of nonacoustic aids (such as visual displays and tactile devices) with the hearing impaired are reviewed. The benefits of tactile devices in improving speech reading/lipreading and speech are pointed out. Tactile aids which provide information on rhythm, rate, intensity, and duration of speech increase lipreading and therefore facilitate gains in language comprehension. Reported are findings of a study in which a vibrotactile aid was used with five deaf children (9 mo...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Congenital Impairments; Deafness; Early Childhood Education; Language Acquisition; Lipreading; Sensory Aids; Speech Communication; Tactual Perception
[texts]ERIC ED285337: Tactile Aid Usage with Young Hearing-Impaired Children. - ERIC
Five hearing impaired children (2 to 4 years old) were followed longitudinally while using a single channel, vibrotactile aid as a supplement to hearing aids. Standardized language tests (including the Scales of Early Communication Skills for Hearing Impaired Children, the Test for Auditory Comprehension of Language, and the Test for Auditory Comprehension of Language-Revised) measured the rate of progress in receptive and expressive language...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Communication Aids (for Disabled); Expressive Language; Hearing Impairments; Language Acquisition; Lipreading; Listening Comprehension; Oral Language; Preschool Education; Receptive Language; Sensory Aids; Tactual Perception
Downloads: 2
[texts]ERIC ED386765: Using "Children of a Lesser God" To Teach Intercultural Communication. - ERIC
One film widely recommended as an instructional resource for communication courses is "Children of a Lesser God," the 1986 movie starring Marlee Matlin and William Hurt. In this film, which can serve as a case study, James Leeds, a talented young teacher in a school for the deaf, falls in love with Sarah Norman, a graduate of the school who, in Leeds' view, is underemployed as a janitor. He offers to teach Sarah, who relies entirely on sign language for communication, to speak and become part of...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Case Studies; Communication Skills; Cultural Differences; Cultural Pluralism; Deafness; Films; Higher Education; Instructional Effectiveness; Intercultural Communication; Lipreading; Sign Language; Speech Communication; Undergraduate Students
Downloads: 28
[texts]ERIC ED335901: Tones for Profoundly Deaf Tone-Language Speakers. - ERIC
A study assessed the practical use of the simplified speech pattern approach to teaching lipreading in a tone language by comparing performance using an acoustic hearing-aid and a Sivo-aid in a tone labelling task. After initial assessment, subjects were given training to enhance perception of lexically contrastive tones, then post-tested. The test used was audio-video recorded test material in Cantonese used to assess speech receptive ability, which includes a tonal component...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Classroom Techniques; Comparative Analysis; Deafness; Elementary Secondary Education; Foreign Countries; Hearing Aids; Instructional Effectiveness; Intonation; Language Research; Language Tests; Linguistic Theory; Lipreading; Skill Development; Testing; Tone Languages; Videotape Recordings; Visual Perception
Downloads: 3
[texts]ERIC ED384160: Deaf Awareness: A Program To Increase Student Awareness of What It Is Like To Have a Hearing Impairment. - ERIC
Learning activities are presented to promote awareness of hearing impairments and to help children understand and accept people with disabilities. Through games, stories, information, and personal dialogue, students learn about hearing loss and communication methods as well as the broader issue of differences and the experience of being disabled. Some of the learning activities can be used in studies of language, math, science, art, social studies, and religious education...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Attitudes toward Disabilities; Classroom Techniques; Communication Aids (for Disabled); Communication Skills; Consciousness Raising; Disabilities; Elementary Education; Hearing Impairments; Learning Activities; Lesson Plans; Lipreading; Manual Communication; Social Integration; Student Attitudes
Downloads: 8
[texts]ERIC ED289185: A Deaf Child Born to Hearing Parents: Communicative Disruptions, Implications and Adjustments. - ERIC
Noting that when a deaf child is born to hearing parents, problems arise due to the language barrier, this paper discusses the kinds of disruptions hearing parents experience with the birth of a deaf child, the implications such an impairment has on development and language acquisition, and the adjustments made for such a child. Following an introduction which suggests that a child may have many meanings for parents, the first section of the paper presents the stages of development from birth to...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Adaptive Behavior (of Disabled); Communication Disorders; Communication Research; Communication Skills; Coping; Deafness; Family Life; Family Problems; Grandparents; Hearing Impairments; Interpersonal Communication; Language Handicaps; Lipreading; Manual Communication; Oral Communication Method; Parent Child Relationship; Siblings; Sign Language; Speech Handicaps
Downloads: 1
[texts]ERIC ED200808: So You Have a Hearing Impaired Student in Your Vocational Education Classroom. (A Prototypic Resource Unit). - ERIC
This resource unit is a prototype for others that can be developed as a team effort by vocational and special educators concerned with mainstreaming hearing impaired youth into regular vocational education programs. Although focusing on a specific vocational area (food service), the unit's step-by-step design can be applied to other vocational areas. Section A deals with the step processes undertaken by vocational educators in separating task preparation or performance into its component parts...
Keywords: ERIC Archive; Curriculum Development; Educational Cooperation; Food Service; Hearing Impairments; Lipreading; Mainstreaming; Models; Occupational Home Economics; Performance; Resource Units; Secondary Education; Special Education; Task Analysis; Teacher Developed Materials; Teaching Methods; Vocational Education
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